|Scoreboard|||||Match Schedule|||||Standings|||||Teams|||||Player Leaders|
It is hard to believe that Arjen Robben is just 26 years old, and the tricky winger will look to be making a big impression in South Africa after an international career that has failed to match the heights of his club success. The flying winger would trouble even the best defenders in world football, and while a tendency to go down a little easy has put off some supporters, he is one of the most entertaining footballers to watch in world football. After excelling at PSV, Robben joined Chelsea in 2004, where he was a big player in the side that won back-to-back league titles in his first two seasons at the club. He signed for Real Madrid in a 24 million pounds deal in August 2007, where he won the La Liga title in his first season. The signings of Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka put Robben's first-team place in doubt, facilitating a move to Bayern Munich in 2009, where he has continued to impress. The Dutch have great strength in depth in attacking positions, but Robben is still expected to full the left-sided position in the attacking-three.
|SOG||Shots on Goal|
|SOG%||Shots on Goal %|